Skip to comments.Hezbo Photo Follies on Display
Posted on 08/21/2006 7:42:53 AM PDT by the Real fifi
Now that the cease fire is in effect in Lebanon ,the photo journalists are for the first time showing funerals of killed Hezballah fighters, including four from Qana, where wed been led to believe only little children and other civilians had died. And we are seeing many shots-obviously staged of female Hezballah welfare workers carefully noting which residences have been destroyed and reportedly trying to line up volunteers to rebuild them. Alongside those are shots of engineers working for Hezballah rolling up their sleeves to repair the infrastructure damaged in a war caused by Hezballahs ill considered cross border incursion, killing and kidnapping Israeli soldiers.
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Meanwhile the media refused to show dead bodies from the 9-11 attacks "out of respect" and to keep people from getting riled up.
Denounce the media's yellow journalism.
Don't see too many pictures or above-the-fold stories about US soldiers rolling up their sleeves to reconstruct Iraq or Afghanistan...
MSM refuses to show the US in a good light.. You're correct.
Well, "face" on them!
Over the last three days I watched (and recorded) no fewer than four 911-related documentaries, full of images (as far as we have been allowed to see them) and I find I don't need to get "re-riled". My sense of outrage and hate at muslims has only increased steadily over the last 5 years.
Yes, all of them.
If they don't like it, I don't care. But they might try modifying their behavior, and STFU!
I don't think they won, and neither does Edward Luttwak.http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1154525911992&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull
The only thing the Hezbos won was a reprieve in their death sentance. Now that they are being allowed to rearm, they will attack again.
And that will be the end of their stay of execution.
I wonder, too, whether the photojournalists covering the after action funerals and destruction are not actually, unwittingly of course, undermining Hezbollah's claim of a great victory.
Don't forget, to them
dying fighting infidels
is a "hero's" death . . .